- Disabled Access
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
About The Creameries
The creameries is a bakery and kitchen with a focus on simple, delicious food served in a beautiful and welcoming space.
Food was lovely. The portions are small but very tasty. It’s a shame you had run out of bread by 7pm.
We were really excited to come and try it out, having been in for coffee and a cake. The decor and vibe are great and the staff are all very friendly. First we waited 15 minutes for someone to take a drink order and were on the verge of leaving. This meant we didn’t even get a drink for 25 minutes. This was the overall experience, of having to wait quite a long time (to order dessert, to get the bill etc) even though there were a lot of staff around. They often seemed to be chatting amongst themselves rather than attending to customers. From the price of the dishes, we assumed they were mains. The prices were very high for sharing plates of which you needed multiple. I am used to eating sharing plates and like the principle, but the prices were even higher than mid-range Soho restaurants in London. The food was very tasty. However, when we finished we were still hungry, but didn’t feel like we wanted to spend the money on another dish. There seems to be a real disjuncture between the pricing and the size of the portions. I was really disappointed, as we live around the corner and were really excited about The Creameries opening, but I currently wouldn’t come back or recommend it to other people, which I think is a shame.
Gorgeous food friendly staff
Delicious food though portions are not huge. Would highly recommend
We went for my husbands birthdsy with my 2 children. The food service wine ambience amazing. We are lucky to live across the road from you. Will be back very soon x
Delicious food, friendly staff, beautiful building and great atmosphere. This place will become a Chorlton institution!
Great food, service and atmosphere. Definitely going back. Went for the 3 courses for £25 on a Sunday which was superb.
Staff were charming but the food was underwhelming and quite expensive for very small portions. To be fair our waiter did suggest we'd under ordered but we thought that was just an encouragement to spend more. We thought we'd each ordered the equivalent of a starter and a main; certainly the price of the "main" was comparable to many establishments in Manchester. However the meal presented was a small piece of fish and no accompanying vegetables. Definitely a lot less than expected. Also we had an early evening booking but items were already being crossed off the board. The people next to us were similarly taken aback at the portion size although we all had a bit of a giggle about going on somewhere else for a proper meal. Perhaps if the taste and quality had been a bit special I'd have been happier but really nothing stood out except the brass neck of calling that tiny piece of pastry with a couple of anchovies on top a tart! Sorry I can't be more positive.
The food was really good, the staff were friendly and have potential to be great once they are settled in. The atmosphere was ok but the benches made it feel a bit casual compared to the cost and quality of the food. Overall it was good and i will be going back when i have a special occassion.
Third visit so far. Can’t wait to come again. Setting a place at our table for the baby in a high chair was very much appreciated and one of the small things that sets you apart. You really are doing a great job.
£6 for a baked potato, £3 for an oyster, £3 for two slices of bread, main course portions the size of starters, slow service
Food was good but overpriced in comparison to chorlton offerings. Servers were very knowledgeable and welcoming but not enough in number. We waited too long for pre dinner drinks due to staff doing too much. And it sounds petty, but your serviettes were not quality! Which when you're payiplng£80 for dinner, the small things make a difference. Your bread and butter was brilliant but the rest was lacking. Maybe some of those things are "new business" things. But they need to be addressed if you want regular custom in chorlton.
A very special place to have on our doorstep! Exciting food, beautiful interior and exceptional staff! Highly recommend a visit!
Beautiful interior Nice atmosphere Tasty & visually lovely food food portions too small length of time waiting to be served too long Will pop by for a drink but not to eat again Best of luck with your new venture ...
THANKYOU! Absolutly loved it thankyou to Katie for the mega wine choice and our server who was a babe! Can’t want to come again!
Superb food and service, and an interesting wine list. We'll be back!
Delicious food and wonderful friendly staff, the set menu we had for Sunday lunch was a bargain for the quality of what we had. Would recommend this place time and time again
Outstanding. The hake was one of the best entrees my teen daughter had ever had, and our younger daughter - a vegan and not keen on trying new food - is still talking about her dish, a vegan noodle and purple sprouting dish made specially for her / altered to be vegan. She declared her meal - including her vegan rhubarb dessert was the best food she had ever eaten. The clams were spectacular. Cordials like the best candy ever, the sardine tart starter melted in my mouth. Stout semi freddo dessert was so superb. Full house and yet intimate atmosphere. This is art work, a delicious meal that will stay in our memories. Excellent experience.
Lovely food prepared to a very high standard. Would definitely return to try the evening menu. The Creameries have used the available space very well - including an open-plan kitchen/prep area - and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. A more than welcome addition to Chorlton's eateries and well worth a visit. I took my Mum & Dad along and they felt comfortable which makes me feel that the restaurant has the balance right and isn't just aiming for the Chorlton hipster crowd.
Best restaurant / food in Chorlton
The concept wasn’t clear as diners either side of us commented on how they’d wished they’d had some chips or something to bulk out their meal. While the food we ate was nice, both myself and my fellow diner felt it was a case of the ‘emporer’s’ new clothes. Less ‘effect’ and more reality might see this eaterie survive. Staff were nice if not a tad over apologetic for issues that seemed to beyond their control. Balance the willingness of the staff and the volume of food for the money and we might see a success here.